Summary: I love this product and thought I could be careful and use it with my laptop. Nope, the first few weeks were good it worked like a charm until I started using my laptop as, well, a laptop and not in its normal desk position. I was sitting on the couch (I move a lot when I'm on the computer) trying to get comfy when the side of my laptop hits the side of the couch and the long receiver snaps against the couch.
Pros: good battery life , low battery light , fits my hand perfectly , long transmitting distance
Cons: long reciver , too small for some people , desktop only
Pros: An alternative to the Apple Mighty Mouse. Slick design. Affordable.
Cons: Like the Mighty Mouse, this is not for people with medium-large to large hands. USB mice are too 90's, I would opt for the bluetooth mouse version (noted in the article) in order to free up a usb port for other devices.
Summary: The kit works well and the special function keys on the top row take you directly to MS Excel, MS calculator or the internet. In practice, these keys are a bit of a nuisance as mis-keying means you have to stop to clear the screen or shut down the unwanted application. The weakest feature is the USB wireless adapter which is a bit flimsy and sticks out quite a distance (4cm). It's easily knocked inadvertently.
Summary: After considering the reviews of all bluetooth portable mice great and small from the ubiquitouse Microsoft ARC Mouse down to under a tenner bargains I checked compatability of the Targas mouse for mac and went for it- yes a mac mouse on my sony vaio windows 7 laptop. It checked in straightaway on bluetooth and does everything I desire for my mainly word processing/writing.